Cisco Systems OL-21636-01 Security Camera User Manual

Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Chapter 10 Managing a VPLS Service Request
Creating a VPLS Service Request without a CE
Figure 10-8 Select a VPN
Note The VC ID is mapped from the VPN ID. By default, ISC will “auto pick” this value. However, you can
set this manually, if desired. This is done by editing the associated VPN configuration. The Edit VPN
window has an Enable VPLS check box. When you check this check box, you can manually enter a VPN
ID in a field provided. For more information on creating and modifying VPNs, see the
Cisco IP Solution
Center Infrastructure Reference, 6.0.
Step 3 Choose a VPN Name in the Select column.
Step 4 Click Select.
The VPLS Link Editor window appears with the VPN name displayed.
Step 5 Click Add Link.
You specify the U-PE/PE-AGG/U-PE endpoints using the VPLS Link Editor. You can add one or more
links from a window like the one in
Figure 10-9.
Figure 10-9 Select N-PE/PE-AGG/U-PE
Step 6 You can enter a description for the service request in the first Description field.
The description will show up in this window and also in the Description column of the Service Requests
window. The maximum length for this field is 256 characters.
Step 7 Click Select N-PE/PE-AGG/U-PE in the N-PE/PE-AGG/U-PE column.
The Select PE Device window appears. (See Figure 10-10.)